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Engagement in 21st Century French and Francophone Culture

Countering Crises

Golygydd(ion): Helena Chadderton Angela Kimyongür

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Cyfres: French and Francophone Studies

Tachwedd 2017272 tudalen

Clawr Caled - 9781786831187 eLyfr - epub - 9781786831200 eLyfr - mobi - 9781786831217 eLyfr - pdf - 9781786831194

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‘The editors’ aim to open up debate about the nature of political commitment in French and Francophone culture today is effectively served by this well-focused, interesting and incisive collection of essays. Engagement with the contemporary world and its power structures is shown to be a driving force across an impressively wide and varied range of institutional and cultural practices.’
- Professor Margaret Atack, University of Leeds

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List of Illustrations
Introduction – Helena Chadderton and Angela Kimyongür
Part 1: Culture in Crisis? Evolving Cultural Forms in the 21st Century
Chapter 1: Engagement in la fiction d’affaires: François Bon and Thierry Beinstingel. – Helena Chadderton
Chapter 2: Evolutions of engagement: Renaud and la chanson engagée in 21st-Century France. – Rachel Howarth
Chapter 3: ‘Radical’ Independent Presses in France at the Turn of the 21st Century: a New Form of Political and Intellectual engagement? – Sophie Noël
Chapter 4: Charity engagements: Television Coverage of Les Restos du Coeur and Les Enfoirés. – Chris Tinker
Chapter 5: Plantu: caricaturiste engagé? – Sam Wilkinson
Chapter 6: Criminal engagements: Dominique Manotti and the Politics of Crime Writing. – Angela Kimyongür
Part 2: New Responses to New Crises: France and the Francophone World in the 21st Century
Chapter 7: Crime and Comedy: Dominique Sylvain’s Ingrid Diesel and Lola Jost Series Post 9/11. – Andrea Hynynen
Chapter 8: Michel Houellebecq, Masculinity and the Manipulation of Crisis. – Clive Hunter
Chapter 9: Voicing the Silence: Exposing French Neo-Colonial History and Practices in Mathieu Pernot’s Les Migrants. – Sophie Watt
Chapter 10: Engagement au marteau: Michel Onfray’s Université Populaire. – Jean-Frédéric Hennuy
Chapter 11:
New Aesthetics of engagement: Fatou Diome’s Kétala. – Charlotte Baker

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Helena Chadderton

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Angela Kimyongür

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